BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,3RD SEPT 2017-The national super alliance NASA leaders have dismissed claims by President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP Willian Ruto that he is focused on reintroducing a coalition government.NASA leader Raila Odinga says tha has never been in their plans
“We want the whole thing, we will win the Presidential polls and we will win this election very early. We cannot share power with thieves,” Raila stated.
Raila spoke on Sunday at the St Stephens ACK church, along Jogoo road.
Odinga who was accompanied by his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and other NASA leaders.
He further insisted that they will not allow the current IEBC to conduct the elections given the massive irregularities in the August poll.
Odinga who later addressed a rally in Mathare and huruma affirmed that NASA will not be moved or shaken until the Kenyan dream is achieved.Harakati za kutafuta haki haziwezi kuwa rahisi, lazima kuwe na kujitolea, mateso na jitihada.
Tarehe 1 Septemba Wakenya walishinda. Ushindi unaodhihirishwa
Leo tuko hapa Mathare tukiwatazama machoni wachochezi wa maovu tukisema: “Tutapambana nanyi na hatutachoka wala kulala hadi mpate adhabu yenu kila mmoja. Siku yenu inakuja.”
The road to justice was never to be a smooth path, it would be faced with sacrifice, suffering and struggle.
On September 1st the Kenyan people won. A win signified by the strength and belief in our Constitution as we have honoured those who have fought to bring freedom and justice to our land to enable us to live in peace and unity as an indivisible sovereign nation.
We stand here today in Mathare and look the perpetrators of evil and wrongdoing in the eye and say: “We are onto you and will neither tire nor sleep until the same justice will be served unto each one of you, one by one. Your days are numbered.”
This comes after Uhuru on Saturday alleged that Odinga is plotting to re-introduce a coalition government.
While addressing a rally in Nakuru, Uhuru said Raila knows he will get a humiliating defeat and wants to clinch to power through a back door.
Before traveling to Nakuru, Uhuru earlier on addressed a meeting of governors, senators, Woman Reps and MCAs elected on Jubilee ticket at State House Nairobi where he maintained he did not agree with the Supreme court ruling, invalidating his election on August 8.